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Sep 12, 2012 5:00pm PDT
after at pointment as u.s. ambassador to libya he remained connected through facebook, joking and wanting to stay in touch. >> only bit of solace in this whole thing sthae was doing what he loved to do and he, i think he died as he was trying to make the world a better place. >> and he says his brother never married but had many girlfriends over the years. in the final weeks of his life he twont a friend's wedding in sweden, went to vienna to enjoy good restaurants and museums before returning to libya to get back to work. >> and the first reports indicated waits in retaliation for a you tube video, a movie trailer that made fun of islam and prophet of mohammed. but officials are saying this is a planned terrorist attack and the video had nothing to do with it. >> there are experts today, one senior fellow, his area includes extremist groups in the east. also spoke with jerry mckensman he's a diplomat in res dense at princeton university. both say there sefdz the attack was planned apart from the mob reaction over that video. >> this attack carried out on september 11th by a g
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Sep 10, 2012 5:00pm PDT
degrees and sunny skies. clets show you what it looks like. highs up into low 90s and there is coastal areas into low 60s this afternoon. heading down towards monterey bay, there is some moisture continuing to move up into southern california. they've been seeing thunderstorms there. there is likely seeing a repeat of this as we head into tomorrow. temperatures now looking like this. there is warm inland mid to upper 80s inland. 57 degrees and there is going to be cooler by week's end making your weekend plans. first thing in the morning looking for fog and temperatures into 50s and this is except santa rosa. upper 40s there. a cool start. there is a trough passing to the north this is not going to have much of an impact on weather. we're waiting for the ridge of high pressure that is warm air, wednesday, thursday, the numbers peek, tomorrow morning foggy inland and there is a wide range of conditions and areas into 90s, you'll be into 60s and 70s getting into the bay. highs for tuesday, 82 in san jose. there is 85 in loss fwat yos. you mikelike it mild, we'll bring you mild weather, s
ABC
Sep 18, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> this u.s. attorney's office busted several pageor student financial aid fraud ricks in california. 17 people have been arrested in the last month alone from sacramento all the way to el cajon, affecting schools like university of phoenix. and agents recovered a million dollars in california, and nationally, the figure is more than $8 million. >> and there is a. >> this works like this. >> it ais more often recruding students who had no intention of attending class autos once getting the financial aid check, the rest is given to the students and the thieves drop out of school, and spend the money on luxuries. it's easy to get away with, because of the popularity of online classes. students hardly interact with school officials or teacher autos participants in the fraud rings see these schemes a quick way to make easy money. >> investigators point out in pell grants, every dollar taken by fraud is a dollar not give dwron a needy student. and students are feeling the pinch. >> this is sick, people come to get money and leave? that is disappoint lg. there are people that need the money. >
ABC
Sep 24, 2012 5:00pm PDT
is quite respected here. >> bail set at 25,000s skpdz he'll be back this froi and will need a public defender before he can enter a plea. >> thank you. >> and schools are stepping up security after police arrested a man for kidnapping a 9-year-old girl friday. there are school officials met to assure them campuses are safe. and this stems from friday's incident. the girl kicked the man and escaped. and police arrested him and say he's likely linked to some other suspicious incidents and safety measures are now in face. >> there is a buddy system. and don't play in unattended areas of the playground he faces charnlz including kidnapping and assault. >> and police identified a man shot by police last week out on parole. and was shot after he took off running from the mission district. they say he pulled a tech 9 gun and aimed it at him. and police say he is out on parole. and this sparks protests over the weekend. the police chief will talk to the community tonight about the shooting and protest and we're going to take you you there live at 6:00. >> in hayward, police shot and killed a
ABC
Sep 27, 2012 5:00pm PDT
with highest costs per case of any plant in the u.s. so it costs more to make a case of soup here than it does in ohio, or in north carolina. and in texas. >> they did not release details and will still operate plants employing more than 2000 people in dixon, stockton and bakers feemd. >> there is bank of america holding a marathon mortgage event taking place at hyatt embarcadero hotel. there are dozens of stations set up to help homeowners. homeowners are hopeful. >> i just thought wampk bank of america didn't care. today, yesterday, showed human side of bank of america. >> and i feel the goal is helping people stay in their house it is an event continues until 8:00 tonight. more ep hep going to be available tomorrow. and. >> your private information is a little safer tonight thanks to a law signed today by governor brown preventing employers from asking for your facebook or other social media pass words so they can checkup on you. there is where we are are live tonight with a look at what this new law will mean to you and your boss. >> governor brown stopped a technology trend before it beca
ABC
Sep 16, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. investigators spent much of the day searching for includes. the police say the man is in his 50s. >> alan: in the east bay texas there was standoff in newark. a man had a pregnant woman bare cied -- barricaded in a room with him for hours. reporter: for five hours, this motel 6 was basically shut down and three s.w.a.t. teams were called insuring but a police negotiator convinced their suspect to come out with his hands up. >>> this standoff end with the suspect coming out with his hand up. with him, his girlfriend who was unarmed. the police say this instance extent started after california highway patrol rap a license plate of a car and connected the car to suspect. >> we're not giving his name at this time. involved in some sort of the use of the vehicle in a pursuit and possibly using the vehicle to endanger the community and/or an officer. >> several family members showed up at the motel and were able to talk to the suspect as he sat in the bam of a patrol car. his good morning told me his name is eric and they encouraged if to give up peacefully. >> my threats he made or suspicion h
ABC
Sep 13, 2012 5:00pm PDT
the middle east. this is video out of cairo egypt. today, demonstrators attacking the u.s. embassy, smashing windows and burned cars. a similar protest occurred in yemen. police in libya arrested several militants in connection with the deadly embassy attack that killed four people. abc 7 news is here with more on this story. >> and there is antiu.s. demonstrators spreading across the middle east the day after ambassador to libya was killed. >> first egypt, then liba. now, yemen. pro testors tried storming a u.s. embassy while chanting death to america. the violence being tied to a film that depicts the prophet mohammed as a womanize skbrer a fraud. >> this video is disgusting and there is no justification. none for responding to this video with violence. >> investigators are tracking down the men carrying out the attack that killed ambassador chris asteven asks three other autos we're going bring those who killed our fellow americans to jus tis a majority of libyans have condemned this attack. >> we're so sorry about the killing of ambassador steven autos and one person said we're
ABC
Sep 4, 2012 5:00pm PDT
with the valuables. monday they struck again, using that conon another victim making off with 35,000s ndz cash. >> and hackers say they have tapped into an fbi agent lap top, gaining access to one million unique device numbers for apple products. the hacking collective then leaked all of the numbers and says it's an effort to cull attention to what it says is evidence that the government is potentially tracking people, apple did allow developers to access numbers to monitor user activity and target ads. the cap last announced it was phasing out that kind of access. >> and well, in this economy, as we know, people find themselves in a bind and we need money, quickly. >> many turned to so called pay day lenders. you've seen those. there is news about operations tonight. >> yeah. big news. we have a huge crack down onion line pay day lenders. state regulators issued nine citations to internet pay day lenders operating illegally in the state of california. many advertise they can get up to a thousand dollars into your accounts in as little as one hour. the ones unlicensed are offering loans in exc
ABC
Sep 6, 2012 5:00pm PDT
to emergency medical cals. >> and there is a u.s. doctor quick thinking saved a young girl from a disease that devastated europe. >> and temperatures up today we're seeing blue skies outside. i'll let you know if the trend will continue as we hit the weekend. >> and there are credit card teaser asks rates that could back to haunt you. stay with us. ñ!ñsús >>> someone reported seeing a mountain lie on on rosemont avenue. this lion supposedly seen in the backyard of the home. they say the animal left that area. >> and a 7-year-old girl is recovering from that state's first case of bubonic plague in six years. and the first appearance and doctors thoughts she had the flu but when she suffered a seizure and temperatures hit 107 degrees they knew it's something far worse. >> the high fever to 107, the bug bites, exposure to the dead squirrel and the swollen limp nodes i started to do research and found a case report of a teenager whose symptoms fit exactly. that was my aha moment to just see you're sitting on bubonic plague. >> doctors treated her and that did the trick. she is getting bett
ABC
Sep 21, 2012 5:00pm PDT
look how gorgeous this s we're seeing high clouds moving in as you can see there looking towards the bay. there is another live picture now from south bay. it's san jose. beautiful day there. 79 for the high there is some filtered sunshine. high temperatures up. up to 88 in fairfield and there is some incredible pictures this is the flyover and there is saying it was thrilling. this is another shot posted by vince d. there is a shuttle that was right over his house. he enjoyed it. there is a last picture, it was awesome. the words to describe this, unbelievable. you had to see it. there is a beautiful afternoon. we're going to carry it over into the first day of fall. temperatures 57 in half moon bay. 85 in concord now. santa rosea, 83. clear skies tonight. patchy fog. fog arriving at 7:49. it's going to butte beautiful. mild to warm this weekend. tomorrow morning starting out with just patchy fog, temperatures mid-40s to upper 40s in north bay valleys, other areas into 50s weem call it cool to comfortable. there is some high clouds moving in and those clouds goring to stay with
ABC
Aug 31, 2012 5:00pm PDT
to see the sun, this is a little too late. temperatures only 60s and 70s, winds thousand, fairfield gusting to 37 miles per hour. the wind slow. this is going to help push that well inland tonight. sfo gusting to 24. there is temperatures. 50s coast side. 60s other areas, antioch, 73. there is areas of drizzle again and there is much warmer weather coming for sunday and labor day. it's going to be a shamp difference. tonight we'll see clouds pressing well inland. so it's first thing in the morning you're going start out with cloudy conditions from fog and some drizzle around the bay area. temperatures on the cool side again. there are numbers into 50 and there is a cool off so dramatically, heading east and we're going start to see improvement in weather. warmer da saturday afternoon. 75 degrees in san jose. and there is 78 degrees in los gatos. 72 palo alto. mostly sunny skies. upper 50s to low 60s on the coast. there is same thing for daily city. 63 degrees and into north bay. upper 50s along the coast. there is into afternoon, you should see blue skies. 66 degrees oakland. 68 san
ABC
Sep 5, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. temperatures now into 50s and all the way to 80s, numbers so far this afternoon on the high end mid-80s so cooler compared to yesterday. there are thunderstorms clearing out and a mild pattern friday through sunday, tomorrow morning temperatures into 50s and 60s, we'll see phone shall there still, early in the morning for rain drops as i show you this is remnants of tropical storm john, once tropical storm that. is the moisture heading into southern california they're getting rain drops there and we're seeing some of the moisture into the bay area as an area of low pressure just lifting through. isolated thunderstorms tonight. we can see rain drops heading into wee hours of the morning. into thursday it's looking like a drier more stable atmosphere. there is 65 in san francisco. warm inland, upper 80s. there is 63 inmont rai. accu-weather forecast, looks like this. upper 50s to upper 80s testimony, there is a slight risk ending after the latter part of the morning. cooler forecasts only mid-80s inland and there is temperatures rebounding back to normal patterns for the weekend. and there i
ABC
Sep 7, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> prostate cancer occurs in older men, rarely before 40. commonly in the 70s. it's a disease of age. it's one of the consequences of aging. so this is a question, is it a cancer? is the question. sometimes it does turn into cancer autos this is an important discussion. be sure to join cheryl for beyond the headlines sunday at 10:00 a.m. and dozens of stars will be asking you to step up in the national fight against cancer and dozens of stars will be taking place in the telethon. they've already raised $180 million for cancer research. >> final split of the space shuttle will be a long one through streets of south los angeles at the price of 400 trees. crews are cutting down trees along the route from los angeles international airport to the california science center. residents along the route say having stumps instead of trees will lower property values. the science center promises to plant two new trees for everyone chopped down. >> the space shuttle will pass through the bay area and you can mark the date on the calendar. september 20th, the shuttle will do a low level fly over in mountain
ABC
Sep 25, 2012 5:00pm PDT
problems with its new model s. >> and there is a man wanted for child molestation has been arrested in mexico. police say he fled to avoid arrests and investigators tracked him down after looking at his wife's financial records. they believe she was arrested in june z on friday, investigators used her information to trace phone calls. fire damaged a home tonight and started on grant avenue last night. plea of the -- three of the residents inhaled too much smoke and went to the hospital. >>> and an investigator was investigating a possible copper theft on hamilton drive, one man resisted arrest. the officer fell and apparently hit his head. both suspects in this case have been arrested. >> and coming up being in charge doesn't necessarily bring on more stress. >> we'll have that and taking a look at how american airlines pilots are creating travel trouble. and one city has gone unscathed by this. >> there is a big warming trend coming up, i'll tell you about it coming up. >> there are lessons to be learned from a school district that just got a big boost by turning around test scores
ABC
Sep 26, 2012 5:00pm PDT
to go away. and are going to get higher. >> to be able to take on 50 pound bag free that is 25s skpdz $30 doesn't surprise me. >> there is united air hins with $351 million. >> an airline is asia is charging passengers extra to sit in a child free zone on the plane supposedly away from crying babies. and sees it as a great way to destress and the cost of sit in the new so called zone is from $11 to $35 and plans to reserve first seven rows for passengers 12 and older. this is after efforts from malaysia air. >> have you ever had to pay for credit score? if so you're not going like to hear this there are 200,000 reports concluded one out of five people are likely to get scores that are different from once paid for. the score could mean difference between getting a loan with good terms and not good terms. there is 49 different scores, listen to that, to determine how risky your behavior is. regulators say there is no way to tell whether it's a score lenders are using but does suggest shop around for a higher score. >> and how to get a score. >> that just doesn't sound right. too many th
ABC
Sep 14, 2012 5:00pm PDT
egypt tells me anger has less to do with the movie more to do with perceptions of the west. the u.s. is at war with islam particularly. we'll hear from him coming up in about an hour. >> coming up on world news tonight what he will it take to calm the antiu.s. sentiment in the east. >> and. >> body of a bay area teenager has been nound in peru. a shaman confessed to burying an 18-year-old. the teen had gone on a spiritual retreat. and he ate the plant his mother filed a mission persons report and went to purry to find him. he says he buried him after he overdosed. the shaman and two others have been arrested in connection with the death. >> and right now, a wildfire erupted in los angeles in the hills above the sepulveda pass. blistering heat and windy conditions fanning flames and into bell air estates, officials say it's spreading through two acres of brush near the getty center. in who have closed as a prekaulgs. there are also approaching several large homes this, is right in the middle of the friday commute. traffic is more of a nightmare than usual. >> there is a couple dozen
ABC
Sep 20, 2012 5:00pm PDT
help in this search. >> there is u.s. officials paying tribt yut to chris stevens. there is a memorial service in tripoli for stevens and three others killed in the attack in bengazy. and there is reports saying he believed he was being targeted by al qaeda and worried about the growing presence. >> republican presidential candidate mitt romney brings a campaign to colorado tomorrow. romney scheduled to appear at a private home in hillsborough. it's scheduled to start at 5:00 in the afternoon. there is romney facing criticism for blunt comments made during a dinner this year and president obama will be in san francisco october 8 to attend several fund-raisers in town. and is also said to attend events in los angeles before coming to the bay area. >> and coming up, the silicon valley women making up forbes most powerful women in the world z who has fallen from grace. >> there is eacher of the year finalists explain whaigt takes to be a contender. >> i'm sandhya patel. there is warmer weather coming up. >> and officials want to ask questions to yosemite workers in light of >> the burglar
ABC
Sep 11, 2012 5:00pm PDT
incident which took place in the 1960s he said he met with the former student who worded at the school to apoll jidz and express support for him and encouraged others to look for a path to healing. the san francisco ethic commission official report is due out any moment now. all this on the conduct of suspended sheriff ross mirkarimi in connection with that domestic violence case. the report going to the board of supervisors will decide whether he will keep his job. and there is supposed to be a very simple meeting where the ethics commissioners would ratify the decision made is that ross mirkarimi committed official misconduct and just moments ago, they will send the document on to the board of supervisors which has a final say. when will they do that? that is the question of. now, they're asking to delay sending their findings to the board until after the november election. he believes the case has become a campaign issue for supervisors running for reelection and that he will not be able to get a fair smaik. -- shake. >> there is a case that is exceptional never day. and this is not
ABC
Sep 28, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. in the armed forces and they face retall wraigs for reporting the crime. two spoke about the ordeal at u.s. college of the law and danielle hoffman says she was raped several times starting as a recruit. >> there are two choices willing or unwilling. and i knew it would is been punished more and abandoned. >> congress woman jackie speier is sponsoring a bill creating an impartial office of experts to review rape cases. the secretary of defense ordered military to improve it's sexual assault prevention program. >> a mother and daughter are safe after escaping a house fire in san jose. these photos on the scene show this roof engulfed in flames. just before 7:00 a.m. it was neighbors who called 911 to report the house was on fire. the mother and daughter had gone out briefly. two people inside are safe. >> good news tonight tonight. >> coming up, a spare the air day in the works tomorrow. >> there are temperatures rising and i'll let you know weekend temperatures with a word of caution coming up. >> and there is a deeb yaid over childhood vaccine. >> there is a phone that's could allow cyber
ABC
Sep 2, 2012 5:00pm PDT
and we pulled together for each other. >> i was in little league in the 70s for four years, so, saw the whole thing grow up. reporter: a flyover to kick off the parade got the crowd going, but not as much as the boys of summer themselves. [cheers and applause] >> came up from san jose for this. >> we sure did. watched every game. >> a real thriller. reporter: from both near and far, young and old crammed the sidewalks. thousands of fans just wanting to catch a glimpse of their favorite players. melvin malcolm brought his young son. >> to show him the parade and have the whole family here. reporter: and little veronica celebrated her fifth birthday at the parade. >> go petaluma. >> this is special. this is awesome. reporter: signing autographs for their adoring fans, these kids are more like rock stars than all-stars. quintin, noting today's turnout is even bigger than that of a 32 year tradition for the city. >> this all insane. more people than the butter day parade. i don't know. i think that tops off the cake. >> a sentiment shared by the whole team, the players may be heroes to
ABC
Sep 9, 2012 5:00pm PDT
tomorrow morning. a cool start inlands. coast, upper 40s. 50s around the bay. gradual warming by lunchive, and 4:00, mid-to-upper 8 sod inland, 70s around the bay, and mild temperatures at the coast, about 64 degrees. here's a look at the highs. 87-antioch. north bay, napa tomorrow, 82. santa rosa, 84. san rafael, key -- delightful, 78. and the fog peels back off the coast, bringing half moon bay sunshine tomorrow. we look for 84 for morgan hill. monterey, 60s where the fog bank will sit there the accuweather seven-day forecast. warmer near the coast on tuesday. wednesday, thursday, friday, mid-90s inland, mid-80s around the bay, and 60s at the coast. of course, we'll have an update at 4:30 tomorrow morning. >> alan: let's talk to shu. the niners started off the game. >> the a little bit of everything today, including horrible officiating by the replacement refs. can you say clips, boys and good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good?
ABC
Sep 3, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. >> they first came to the united states in the ships in the great lakes in the mid 19 80s and spread almost everywhere. this is one of the last places where they haven't appeared. >> main water vessels are traveling from lake to lake. >> this is a demonstration program. the county spent 3,000ses today bring this chocolate lab trained to sniff out the mussels on the holes of boats. this would take me 15 minutes that, dog takes about 30 seconds. >> debbie are regards it as a big game he sits down and gets a toy. >> this weekend that did not happen. must have been frustrating for pop eye. >> it's the end of the daichl he loves to swim so. he gets to go for a swim. >> there is no mussels in the lake this weekend. just one, tired, happy, chocolate lab. >> and there are supporters of wiki leaks founder called the system of the armed forces and swedish institute on twitter an unidentified group saying hands off assange. he's been holed up in the british embassy. >> and koit be armageddon versus apple? bruce willis could fight for the right to leave his extended i tunes library to his children when
ABC
Sep 17, 2012 5:00pm PDT
. and so there are 60s in san francisco. out towards inland valleys this doesn't feel like summer warmth. there is 69 in san jose and napa. cloudy overnight, there are autumn arriving sunday at 7:49 in the morning and this will feel like october and there is what is going happen. it's going to sit here and just spin. there is below normal high temperatures going continue for the next several days. there is a low that will come across northern california and there is sierra nevada may be talking about showers there. tomorrow morning there is a cool start. make sure you bundle up. upper 40s and 49 napa. there is 52 degrees in san francisco. and there is 55 in antioch. here are the forecast as to what going to happen. 5:00 a.m. cloudy skies and could see spotty drizzle developing and there are mild inland again and temperatures similar to today. 80s inland. cool at the coast. om into upper 50s tomorrow, and there are 72 for new sunnyvale. 71 degrees in redwood city there is 72 son gnomea. east bay communities 67 in oakland. there sinland areas there is a mild forecast. and for monterey bay,
ABC
Sep 19, 2012 5:00pm PDT
59 in half moon bay. 60s in san francisco. towards inland valleys it's into 70s to low 80s. there is a wind, wind coming off the cool ocean waters. there is 31 at sfo. there is 20 in half moon bay. and is low clouds with fog overnight tonight. and brief warming coming up friday. it's going to be brief. just one day. taking a look at high so far, highs so far santa rosa, 77 tomorrow you'll see 83 degrees and six degrees below normal. you should be at 70s so eight below average. there is san jose only 68 the high so far. 12 degrees cooler than normal for this time of the year. and it's going to be a cool start and chilly tomorrow morning in areas. you'll want to bundle up. we'll see low clouds and fog. 52 in livermore, down to 53 in san jess yeah by morning. and looking at water vapor this is bringing below average conditions, area of low pressure movement with lows so we're not expecting a major heat wave. as a matter of fact it's an area of low pressure that will go northward and there is a brief warm up friday, then this comes down into southern and central california. wee
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